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you. >>steve: it wasn't all football. who could forget commercials like this one? >> we're out of milk. we're going to run down the best and worst of 2013. good morning to you, brian kilmeade. >>brian: thank you. the rock and i go way back. i'll go over that relationship which has hit a roadblock. along with the hoopla surrounding the super bowl, i had a chance to go to baton rouge, louisiana, to the governor's mansion and speak to governor bobby jindal exclusively. you'll see both parts of that interview as we get started on "fox & friends" this monday. >> look at him go. he is flying! inside the 20! a kickoff return. 109 yards. >>gretchen: the ravens kobe jones with a 108-yard kickoff return. the ravens all the rave this morning beating the 49ers to win super bowl xlvii. good morning everybody. live from new york and still in new orleans, brian kilmeade. >>steve: brian, it looks as if you are in your attorney's office. what happened? >>brian: i have a library in louisiana i said if i'm going to stay monday, i'm going to get work done. unlike backdrops, these are actual books. when ev
that have many people no longer worried about his views but his competence. >>steve: this is your pilot sleeping. the veteran pilot who was supposed to land that airplane passed out behind the control is what happened. we did wind up scrambling a fire truck if that tells you anything. let's go down to brian kilmeade at the super bowl. i know it's a special day if he gives me an introduction to the cold open. i'm awake now but it was an extremely late night. my trip to bourbon street. >> nowhere on bourbon street would you find santa claus partying. >>brian: that's an interesting hat. i will not be bringing it back. the real nfl experience live from new orleans. that's where we are. "fox & friends" starts now. [music] >>brian: that is the tulane marching band. they were there. we have the tulane cheerleaders as well. it's early for them. to the right we've got the louisiana national guard. they have been a busy group over the past ten years between katrina and the b.p. disaster. of course we have some of the finest football players in louisiana. they are all under 8 years old. they are i
steve harrigan is at kennedy space center tonight. >> ten years ago, family member on those on board columbia gathered at kennedy space center to await return of the loved ones. ♪ ♪ >> selfless service of the men and women who lost their lives in the "columbia" accident. >> it came today a decade later in remembrance. for some, the pain still fresh. >> february 1, 2003, became a traumatic, shocking day. anticipating a joyful homecoming of our crew, we were jolted in the viewing area to a nightmarish stroll of fear, uncertainty and horror. that led to a crushing announcement that the crew had perished in reentry. >> nasa marked three of the worst tragedies today. each occurring in the same winter week. in 1967, fire on the launch pad killed three astronauts on board apollo 1. including gus grisham, member of the original mercury program. in 1986, the shuttle acc challenger exploded killing all seven on board, including the first teacher in space. the tragedy witnessed by school children shook the nation. >> i know it's hard to understand that sometimes painful things like this hap
at the pentagon as deputy assistant secretary of defense. please join me in welcoming steve bucci. steve? [applause] >> let me add my welcome to all of you. i think we're going to have a real treat this morning. as john mentioned, i'm a special forces officer by profession, and so this area is near and dear to my heart because this is kind of what we do, or did. they don't let me do it anymore. [laughter] i mentioned to max when he came in a little historical artifact in that when i was a cadet at west point, i bought a book that had just been published. it was a two-volume set. it was called war in the shadows, the guerrilla in history by robert asprague. that book from 1975 til now really has been the sort of benchmark for this kind of historical review of this subject area. that's a long time for a book to keep that sort of position. well, with apologies to mr. as sprey, i think his book is being replaced now, and max has done that with this book which is on sale outside, "invisible armies," he, i think, has set the new benchmark for this subject area. his book is very, very comprehen
strategist and former derry deputy campaign manager steve al man dorff and robert trayman. robert, after that bruising 2012 election season, is marco rubio the republican savior. >> well, i don't know if i would go that far, but he's certainly a rising star in the party. here is why. he's coming to the idea thoughtful with a lot of ideas. he's young. he comes from a very good swing state, the state of florida. he obviously is a son of immigrants. he's a minority and he's relevant in people's live. people look at him and say finally someone is thoughtful. finally someone is reasonable. finally someone looks like me in the republican party and also he has ideas. not necessarily i agree with all of his ideas but i'm willing to listen. i'd say he's relevant but i'm not sure he's the savior yet. >> when he was asked, steve, to weigh in on all this 2016 speculation, here is what he told "time." >> i have always viewed politics the following way, if you do a good job at the job you're going, you will have opportunities to do things in the future, maybe things you never envisioned. would democra
was in love with te'o. is he citying the truth. >> steve is an expert in interviewing and detecting deception, trained by the fbi. he's worked with cops around the world, training them in lie detection and human behavior. i want to let folks take a look at the interview first. >> me, it i was hurting. i was like whoa, like, you know, i've given so much into this and i realized right then in that moment that i poured so much into lennay that i myself wasn't getting nothing and look what i was left with. i was crying. i was hurt emotionally. just all kinds of things just took over. so right then and there, i made the decision, i can't do this lennay thing anymore. >> looking at this interview, is this someone generally telling the truth or not and how can you tell? >> firstly i look at how people take ownership or possession of the story and also look for the emotions being in the correct places. and also how people answer questions. i believe he is telling the truth in fact in relation to these issues because the emotions are in the right place. i might be able to think of a lie but can i comm
green of hightower and cnbc market analyst warren myers are answers right now. good to see you. steve over to you first, 30 seconds on the clock. what's your dollar trade tomorrow? >> we're watching the euro dollar. we think that's the most important thing. the equity markets the tail. we're being wagged around. all about central banks as jim was referring to you earlier on the show. we really think that right now the u.s. is the only central bank towards hinting at ending their quantitative easing so we think if the euro dollar breaks 133 we could see finally a selloff that holds in the u.s. >> thank you so much. mike, you're up, your case on why you think china is worth watching. >> with china's economic growth seemingly back on track and because the markets are closed all of next week for the newyear's holiday, we'll watch again tonight when they release their cpi data. this month it's expected around 2%. if they come in above expectations again, we'll watch very closely to see what the people's bank of china has to say about things like lending curves. obviously this is something that has the
. will any of them work? i'm steve usdin. welcome to "biocentury this week"." >>> your trusted source for biotechnology, information and analysis, "biocentury this week." >>> congress has postponed the debt ceiling crisis. now the focus in washington has swung back to budgets and deficits. the nation is heading toward budget sequestration. for medicare this means a 2% spending cut. but that's just a downpayment. any serious attempt to tackle the deficit must curb the increase in medicare and medicaid spending. last week a kaiser family foundation report listed 150 ideas to reduce medicare spending. the problem is almost all of
thousand, and the president said thanks to steve we expanded support for our brightest engineers and ontras they pursu ground breaking innovations. i am grateful that steve agreed to join in my cabinet and i wish him all the best in the future. the stimulus bill had millions for green energy ventures including new batteries and the u.s. has sort of pioneered some of the new inventions. >> it will be interesting to see who the president picks in his replacement. another thing, and i know you are following the big announcement today out of the white house. changing the controversial health care policy that required religious organizations to provide birth control coverage for women, and i believe the white house is changing its position. explain how and why. >> reporter: the department of health and human services are defining how they are interpreting the rule and it means that any religious organization now does not have to offer contraception directly to their employees if they object to that, instead the insurance company they work with will provide it. the religious organization is left
. there's a watchdog group called oil change international. we're joined today by steve increase man and by a rancher. i ewe up in new york city. gentlemen, thanks for being on "the young turks." >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> benjamin, i want to talk about the ranching. what is it about this pipeline and how will it affect your life and the life of people who do what you do? what are the impacts on your business? >> well, the first impact's going to be the immediate impacts of construction on the land itself, so for example what folks from where i'm from in the sand hills were concerned about was the impacts on that landscape, because it's very fragile. sand hills is the name, and that's the soil. it's sand, and folks are concerned about erosion wind erosion, and things like that. another impact is to the aquifer. this pipeline will be directly in the aquifer. that's the largest fresh water source in north america and the sows of all of our agricultural livestock and irrigation water and source of the economy in my state. >> we almost wore the same thing today. i'm glad t
border angels and steve from the center for immigration study. let me play devil's advocate here. marco came on with bill and came on with me this week and talked about how the new plan does include a real aggressive approach to enforcement that was not in the 1986 amnesty that the commission will be he appointed, the border security will be certified and only then will these undocumented immigrants be able to apply for a path to citizenship. they will have provisional legal status but won't have the pathway to citizenship. what is your response to that? everybody gets amnesty on the first day. not only a social security number but everything that comes with it. u.s. esche sued identification. a driver's license. the ability to travel to and from the united states. open a bank account and get a home loan. everything comes on the first day with the green card light. if we don't enforce the law they can just stay in that status which is what most of them want anyway. if we don't ever enforce the law you we are not taking that away from them. the idea is if we do say the law is being enfor
obama/boehner battle. for now the dead line stands. 23 days and no deal yet. i'm steve handlesman. >>> floyd corkins is 28 years old. he entered his this morning and told the judge he intended to make a statement against gay rights opponents. he shot a security guard inside downtown headquarters of a christian group. although wounded, the guard wrestled the gun away. he was carrying a bag of ammunition and some sandwiches. prosecutors say he planned to smear the sandwiches in the face of his shooting victims. this is the first time a defendant has been charged and convicted under d.c.'s anti-terrorism act which was enacted in 2002. >>> a d.c. man is charged tonight in connection with a shooting involving a police officer. 46-year-old david young stabbed an officer in the back last night. it happened at a home on 13th street northwest off piney branch road. officers had gone there responding to a report of a stalk iter. investigators say after young stabbed the officer, another officer shot him. both young and the officer were treated and released from area hospitals. >>> really ni
in. and the game was good. >> what did you think about the steve ee wonder? i didn't know who it was at first. he didn't look like himself. >> it was okay. didn't knock me out . >> the advertising is supposed to be fun. i like the way the commercials look. but they weren't fun. bud light may have missed a little bit. >> let's talk about some of the ones you thought were winners. budwieser the clydesdales. >> crying. loved it. >> with the baby horse and it grows up. >> everything worked in that commercial. and i wanted to be cynical about it. goose bumps; right? shows you the power of the clydesdales. this spot was shot by jake scott. it was very nicely done. >> how long was this commercial? seems like it was 90 seconds to me. >> i don't know. i think it was a minute. >> having living in st. louis and knowing the rich legacy. but when that horse looked at him. okay. >> i'm glad they didn't do something jokey at the end like the horse knocks him down. it was touching. i want to ask you, i thought the fact that there were so many ads that were funny. the ones that weren't funny,
ticket in arkansas. here's the lucky pair with the pair of fat checks. steve and terry weaver say they could not believe the first win, let alone the second. the husband said he was initially scared to claim the winnings because he thought lottery officials would make him take a lie detector test. they plan to invest their wings winnings. >> what a day for dow. a bounce back from a big surge in u.s. home prices. they're increasing sides
. >> you're still bullish? >> bullish as anything. >> doug, richard, thank you. steve, michelle, thank you. >> thank you. >> chicago tomorrow. >> we also have bob ruben tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee, with carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber at the new york stock exchange. the day after the s&p and nasdaq posted their second best days of the year. we looking at a higher open, pretty much across the board. actually, they just turned. we're looking down open here, 59 points on the dow. down 7 on the s&p 500. take a look at the picture over in europe. the big waiting game is on with the ecb starting tomorrow. we're seeing red arrows on the board. most notably the euro hitting a one-week low against the u.s. dollar. in asia, china up eighth straight session. nikkei highest level since september of 2008. disney set to open at record highs. strength in media networks. word that it's planning films based on "star wars" characters. >>> zynga, revenues continue to fall and the social gami
. and these debt deniers, i'm curious if you agree with mika and richard haass and steve rattner that these debt deniers have their head in the sand as much as climate change deniers do. >> i think the whole political class refuse to look forward. and the cbo takes a ten-year view, and that ten-year view is pretty ugly. that's the problem. and yet the politics and this kind of short-term stimulus and let's look one year, let's look two years, let's not worry about the buildup of these problems, finally shows up when you see a report like yesterday which shows what does it mean over a ten-year period of time? debt doesn't kill you the first day. it's how it builds up. but you have to look at how it builds up. and now it's really building up. >> and deficits don't kill you, mika, the first day, the first year, the second year. as jeffrey and i were saying, back in january of 2009, it's not the deficits that kill you. it's wasting the money which they wasted during the stimulus, as jeffrey and i said, that kills you. we can afford short-term deficits if we get something in return over the long run.
. ♪ >> chuckles, chugles. >> richard sacorides, the muscle, and ryan the loose cannon. back to you, steve, for a final question. what will be success for you on, do we still have him? what will be success for you on your super bowl sunday is that everybody is laughing at this ad or what will make you feel like you have done your job? >> yeah, well we certainly want them to be entertained, but we certainly want them to learn a little bit about our vehicles, so each one we think has both an entertaining, fun aspect but it also tells you a little something about our santa fe or our sonata. we want the company more likeable and that always helps. to the point you just raised the film you just showed it's a big social media game. it used to be just about doing great commercials in the game which you still want to do but the whole ability to leverage social media as we just showed with find your seven, which is a program we're doing with facebook that allows people to create their own team of seven and be our guests at next year's super bowl. >> i'm not putting any of those folks in my seven-pa
trying to coalesce early and steve lynch came in as a spoiler, but now that scott brown is not in it, it's hard to tell. in a way unless the republicans can scramble and get a viable candidate, the whole race will come down to the democratic primary. in which case it's not going to matter. >> thank you. >> thanks for having me. >> we turn our attention to international affairs. the violence in syria was on the vice president's agenda. vice president biden met with syria's main coalition and promised continuing u.s. support. the unrest led to a major humanitarian crisis and the fighting between rebel forces and the president's military forced hundreds of thens of syrians from their homes. 700,000 rev news poured into neighboring countries. the united nations is making annest to raise money and give aid to the victims that. and unicef recruited mia farrow to raise awareness. she received acclaim for her role in rosemary's baby. children especially. she joins my by television. we hoped to have you via skype and there was a problem with the connection. we will take you on the phone as well.
we added a forward into the book. then again from steve forbes, another good friend, was working on the european crisis at the time and was trying to make sense of certain aspects. cs -- he came out and said this is a must-read. now, my way of thinking he left out some southern european countries that might also get something out of it, but it's easy to let's see why f. why so many people need to know what bill doesn't have renewed their much to do with it in terms of doing it. now everyone knows that bill spends 53 years at. now, i have heard over 50, 55 today. so we're going to go with over 50. that is a considerable amount of time. when you think about that time frame and going back, he was a devout disciple of a late and great chairman and of citi. again, when you talk about bill and you talk about walter, you talk about icons in this field. now, every single treasury secretary would come to see walter. and there were problems in argentina. there were problems in uruguay, problems in peru, problems in brazil, problems in mexico, problems in jamaica, problems and panama, and t
dreams at foxnews.com. >> steve: bobby dean and maria in the after the show show. martha: sounding the alarm on america's spending problem. the non-partisan congressional budget office says we are in for a massive and unsustainable increasing deficit if we don't get a handle on entitlements. good morning. glad to have you with us. gregg: the cbo is saying it deficit will go down to $840 billion. that's the first time it will drop a trillion dollars under president obama. martha: but with baby boomers retiring at the rate of 10,000 people a day. entitlement spending is set to explode. stuart, as we pointed out, there is a lot of enthusiasm that we won't rack up a trillion dollar deficit. >> reporter: the headline was all about the deficit is going to be below a trillion dollars. that's great news. the bad news and there is a lot of it. the next 10 years medicare will cost $1 trillion a year. obama-care subsidies will total nearly a trillion dollars. the cost of medicaid will double and the debt will go to the highest portion of tour economy than it's been in a generation. there is d
by the press in which he said steve brought to the energy department a unique understanding of both the urgent challenge presented by climate change and the tremendous opportunity that clean energy represents for our economy. the statement went on to say i'm grateful that he joined to my cabinet and i wish him all of the best in his future endeavors. a quick reminder we have live coverage coming up here on c-span2. and about 40 minutes we will have a discussion on the conflict in northern mali ouis many years ago louis brandeisott wrote that the most important office in a democracy is the office of citizen. a democracy of course is rootedf and based in the notion of ansos enlightened citizenry to read some of us think that democracy is defined by the ritual votings of course in voting it is dem important inoc a democracy. voting takes place all over then world. it takes place in democracies.n it takes place in dictatorships. it takes place in a totalitarian societies. voting alone doesn't mean we live in a free society. fre we live in a free society when it is based on an enlightened citizenry
is steve from new jersey on our line for independents. he has a son who caller: is adopted -- he has a son who was adopted. caller: we adopted our son 17 years ago from canada. he is almost 18 years old, and i'm finding that the paperwork -- i'm finding the paperwork, and he is not considered -- he is illegal actually. the judge and everything died, and now we are trying to go through a lawyer to try to find something that we can do before he becomes 18 years old to make sure that everything is ok. do you have any answers for me? guest: i hope you will contact our organization after this call. up until the year 2000, our laws or not structured assets that make it that when a child was adopted by a u.s. citizen, there were confirmed as the citizenship of their parents. congress realize that in 2000 and passed the child citizenship act, but as you said, children who were not aware of that or did not benefit from it are still in this position of being here illegally. congress is aware of situations like your son's and helping to address it legislatively speaking next year, but there are thing
, certainly the legislature does. there is a bill in the legislature that is by representative steve toft. we're supporting the bill that would put education regional service centers and the on line curriculum under the elected state board of education. >> shannon: any idea when that will get to a vote? >> it has only been introduced. it hasn't even been sent to committee yet. we're only in session 140 days every other year, so things will be fast and furious. we'll be pushing to get this legislation through. >> shannon: all right. we will be tracking it and keeping an o eye on it. peggy venable. thanks for keeping us updated. >>> new warnings from the congressional budget office on what we can expect from our economy over the years, and it's not good. we're going to break down the numbers. >>> breaking news on an american olympian and american skiing icon, lindsey vonn badly injured in a world cup race earlier today. trace is ahead with the details. >>> plus, a puzzling message from north korea, releasing an official video showing what appears to be a u.s. city under attack. note the unusual
blunt than peter. i think there's a great little passage in water isaacson's biography of steve jobs and president obama's speech on undocumented immigration and what he's able to get on that front. remember that slice of the population that is foreign born, you know, a decent number of them are part of the electorate now and are engaged and this comes down to recognition and respect. there was bipartisan legislation done at the start of visa and things like that and i think you're right, a piecemeal approach would be sane but from the perspective of the lobbyists, it makes sense that well let's attack this all at once because if you have attached the attractive piece of legislation to less attractive piece of legislation -- considering with the affordable care act, if you saw just the coverage expanding provisions in one law, it wouldn't look improving. if only have the revenue provisions of the affordable care act, it looks like a massive tax increase. combine them into one single piece of legislation, it's attractive. i think it's the same dynamic and i think that's why we should
about which approached the preferred. steve? >> 43 republican senators signed a letter to the president today, saying they would block any nominee for the consumer financial protection bureau, unless you change the law, the same stance they had in the last congress. i wonder if you have any reaction. >> it is unfortunate that a minority of the u.s. senate continues to oppose the implementation of wall street reform designed to protect the american taxpayer from the kind of crisis we sought engendered by the collapse of our financial sector in 2007 and 2008. it was designed to protect the establishment -- it was established to make sure that the average americans who have dealings with financial institutions have somebody in washington looking out for their interest, because financial institutions, as you know, have plenty of people in washington looking out for theirs. it is unfortunate that republicans have continued their efforts to oppose this bureau, oppose the implementation of a key component of the wall street reform law. it is tough to explain to the american people, whose memor
. joining me are josh guinness, larry youngs, cindy, carl crawl, richard, curtla. as uaw, steve anderson, harold brick man, brian, these operating engineers are members of local 139 who are looking for work. also joining us tonight are carpenters and mill rights from northern wisconsin locals of the united brotherhood of carpenters. welcome dana totelli. bob, charlie steed, hall ida, dan gillespie, pete erec, david grote and jim "barron's." [applause] [applause] together, [applause] together, they're holding a flag of the great state of wisconsin. as you can see, on the right-hand side is the image of a miner. in the upper right-hand corner of the shield are the tools of a miner. and on the top of the seal, underneath our motto, forward, is a badger, which comes from the nickname given to early settlers who were miners. if there's any state that can move forward with the way to streamline the process for safe and environmentally sound mining, shouldn't it be the badger state? [applause] thanks for coming out. from the mining bill to mining for jobs earlier this year i spoke with kerry fr
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